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    January 2, 2013
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>> very bad. a >> catherine: now at five -- a family in mourning. tonight, new video -- as we learn more about what led to a traffic stop that ended with 2 by-standers dead and 2 others hurt -- including the suspect. good evening -- i'm catherine heenan. the crash happened on new years day. when the suspect fled police - he slammed into another car - forcing it into a liquor store. the story. >> reporter: heavy sobs coming from a sister of francisco gutierrezthe 26 year old pedestrian killed in the new year's day crash the grief stricken family and friends.leave more candles and flowers at the growing memorial here at the corner of 21st and south van ness where he and another innocent victim lost their lives.and a thrid was hospitalized. one of francisco's brothers say this loss is very difficult for them. >> very difficult >> reporter: here you can see new video shot by a witness that shows the chaos moments after the
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accident happened just before 8am new year's day. police say the driver of the black chevy was fleeing a traffic stop.when he t boned the white toyotasending that of a liquor store.killing francisco who was on the sidewalk a 29 year old female passenger inside the toyota was also killed. the driver of the toyota18 year old juan fernando garciatunwas transported to sf general where he remains in serious condition. police have now identified the driver of the suspect car as 19 year old david moraleswho you see here in these imagescaught by a witnessas he's being taken into custody as well as being treated for the minor injuries he sustained. police say moralesa felon and a gang memberhad just fired a handgun at three people inside a housing project at 14th and valencia. it was after being stopped by police in connection with that shooting.that he took offand caused this deadly smash up. a handgun was recovered inside his vehicle. morales is now out of the hospital felony chargesincluding three
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counts of attemped murder for the eariler shootingand two counts of murder for those who lost their lives on this street corner. maureen kelly kron4 news. we now know that the man swept out to sea and killed in point reyes -- was from richmond. this is video from sky-7 yesterday -- as the coast guard was retrieving his body. 59-year-old charles quaid was trying to help his wife and dog - after they were knocked over by a wave. charles was hit by another wave - and never made it back to shore. the point reyes tragedy isn't the only deadly incident involving big waves. kron4's charles clifford shows us the danger. >> reporter: on december 28th, two men and a young boy were swept by waves into the waters just west of the golden gate bridge. one of the men was able to swim
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ashore and call for help. this is video from the scene taken by sky7hd abc7 news. unfortunatley, the other man and the nine year old boy died. >> is a good idea not to turn your back on the ocean. >> reporter: on new years day, 59 year old charles quaid and his wife were also caught by waves while walking their dog along the beach in pt reyes. quaid was washed out to sea, his body recovered several hours later. >> the odds of him getting hit in the winter are her more increased because of the swells from alaska. it's a good thing not to >> reporter: the national park service says that anyone who is especially this time of out for trouble. the danger of being hit by a winter, increases because of the big swells from alaska. >> reporter: they also reccomened avoiding slippery rocks or debrie near the ocean. they say beach goers should stay at least 30 yards away from the waters edge and avoid swimming. >> they also ask that children be closely supervised. yourself, your friends and your family to be aware of the hazards in case they are not. >> in marin county, charles clifford kron 4 news.
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>> catherine: freezing temperatures around parts of the bay area this morning. this is video from concord - with windshields covered in ice. now - a live look from our mount tam camera, and live look at downtown san francisco. es - but it's still pretty chilly. i'm here in the weather center with jacqueline bennet - when will it get warmer? >> jacqueline: yes, a pretty chilly. we are seeing 54 in half moon bay. clear skies over the bay area but you can see the cloud coverage on shore. because of this high-pressure over california it will drive this system well to the north. not much rainfall but some cloud coverage and reversal of the wind. those both of those components will help warm us up. we will still see a lot of
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temperatures in the 30's. and as we start to see 50s for upper 50s by noon 50s for the entire bay area. we will take a look of the very cold temperatures in your neighborhood and how much longer this warmer weather will last >> catherine: the cold temperatures are also making for dangerous road conditions in some places. we'll have more on that story -- later tonight. >> there have been several water main breaks it this morning. the worst was here in hayward. this is a long jackson street and highway 92 in santa clara street. heavily traveled to. right near the 880. and it's these cleanup efforts, the repair efforts, people are trying to get ready to restore people with water. at least 100 people were without water and also there have
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been several. three in berkeley. highland place and ridge road near north side of campus. westview drive and vicente place in oakland. >> even one reported concord - salvio and my diablo you can see there were five all together this morning. >> catherine: developing news tonight on hillary clinton.. the secretary of state has been released from a new york hospital tonight. this was the scene as she left for another hospital building earlier today.she walked out with members of
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her family. clinton was treated for a blood clot in her head - which was related to a concussion she suffered -- when she fainted while recovering from stomach flu. doctors treated the 65-year- old with blood thinners -- recover. >> dsigh of relief. from the fiscal cliff legislation. dan kerman. >> reporter: at the end of the day the votes were there for passage. >> on this vote is 257-167 this motion is adopted. >> tuesday evening they pass the senate version of the fiscal cliff legislation >> i will attach a sign this and also preventing the middle-class tax hike we could have sent the economy back into the recessionyour tax rate may not be changing under the fiscal cliff agreement.
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this also extends unemployment benefits with 2 million people that are currently out of work for six more months. and spending cuts will be delayed but that lack of spending cuts is causing the republicans to vote against the measure. >> the senate, the president of the vice president have failed to meet their own stated obligation wish to bring our balanced bill that had tax adjustments. and also had spending adjustments and the swan fills out that. , the stock market surged on the heels of their agreement on wednesday there are future of land mines. in two months, that $109 billion in spending cuts will be triggered again. unless congress and that the president can come up with a mutual agreeable plan. and in three months, they will have a debt ceiling dilemma
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on weather or not to raise the debt ceiling. spending cuts will be required to get their support but the president says that that is not call it is going to work. >> i will negotiate over many things i will not have another debate on this congress on weather or not they should pay the bills that they've already racked up. through these laws that they have passed. >> another stalemate possibly ahead. remember, the the government's credit rating has been it downgraded it because they believe the lawmakers did not cut spending so we could be in for that again if there is no agreement >> catherine: thank you, dan your tax rate may not be changing under the fiscal cliff agreement,but your paychecks will be smaller, starting with the next one. a 2 percent social security tax break that everyone enjoyed last year is going away. kron4's alecia reid has more.
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>> get ready, you were born to notice some changes. you're going to notice -- with a break in the social security were reduced to help stimulate the economy. it was countdown to the amount of 4.2%. now those will increase to the normal a 6.2%. anybody with a gross income of $50,000 there is $1,000 tax. the higher the salary, the greater the tax. >> if you make one half million dollars? we're talking $40 million less. when we take a look at that amount of money that consumers are not anticipating. we are going to see differences in consumer behavior. >> reporter: people are still shopping but consumer psychologist says that once that is realized there will start cutting extras first.
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>> the first will be discretionary items, vacation, coffee, dining out >> reporter: mid february, employers could adopt that extra tax. alecia reed in daly city, kron 4 news. >> congress may have passed a fiscal cliff fix. but, they didn't get to helping fund superstorm sandy relief efforts. now the new jersey governor has some harsh words for his own party. i'll have the story at 5- 30. >> catherine: bad taxi experience? complaints are on the rise - and kron4 has the documents from refusing rides - to bed bugs - that's next.
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>> speaking on a cellphone, and threats, bedbugs of those are the things that they have had to deal with all taking a taxi cab in san francisco last year. >> they are everywhere and if you live in san francisco you have probably taken a ride. taxis but now, after 1700 complaints filed you might think twice. >> my issues are always just getting a cab >> reporter: the complaints are from a falling asleep at the will to one that it the taxicab try to run him over. and one even said that there
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cap has infestation of bedbugs. the micros. >> nasty. >> reporter: the biggest complaint is recently installed credit card machines. >> if they are not clear. and they get irritated. and if i go to the airport i do not usually have a enough cash. >> reporter: the san francisco municipal agency representative says that this is not a necessarily a bad thing. it could indicate that the system is working >> people know how to lodge a complaint. >> reporter: all so that each complaint is taken on a case by case basis. they will talk to the person who has filed a complaint and the cabdriver. if there is any disciplinary action it will take the appropriate steps. reporting in san francisco, kron 4. mem regardless of whatever the
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real story we would like to hear from you. and you let us know what you think on our kron 4 facebook fan page. >> catherine: it hasn't rained in several days now -- but saturated ground is being blamed for a mudslide on highway 17 today. crews cleared it up and re- opened the road about 2 o'clock --- but it wasn't the only weather-related hazard on bay area roads. kron four's rob fladeboe explains. (scrapping sounds) >> reporter: that ice on your windshield in the morning, the frost on the front steps and on just about everything else ought to be a reminder your frosty morning commute could include an encounter with this, black ice. quite simply, patches of frozen water beneath your wheels. >> it is a highs but it is difficult because you cannot see it. you might not b realized because it is--ice. >> reporter: more or less
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invisibile, because the frozen water blends in with the dark pavement, black ice can occur anywhere. on the freeway, on surface streets and on shady mountain roads like highway 17 and 152 here in the santa cruz mountains. some of these mountain roads have only sun exposure for just a few hours. so the melting does not usually occur as much. black ice also tends to occur on or near on-going seeps from recent rains, from irrigation sprinklers and broken pipes and of course from the frost itself, often catching unsuspecting drivers off guard. >> we want people to slow down and call for the weather conditions. you could figure out how to get away uptake before you head out to the dwarf. >> reporter: slow down and remember, says the chp, what may look like a wet spot
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from behind the wheel may actually be ice, black ice. in the santa cruz mountains rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> jacqueline: we do have a cold morning expected. and freezing. the bayshore still in the 30's. tomorrow, things will warm with friday, saturday. the morning lows will be in the 40's for friday and saturday morning. there is also a chance of rainfall but very slight. anything, light sprinkles. clear skies but you can see the cloud coverage does approaching the coast. to the west, there is the going but there is also high pressure over california. it will drive this area of low pressure up and are rounded from the pacific northwest. we could be impacted with the cloud coverage but there is no rainfall expected, locally. by 5:00 a.m., notice clear skies a run the bay area it is going to be called again tonight. increasing clouds
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are round 8:00 the rain will stay to the north. as for goal foas we go for the later afternoon, there will be in the south bay and also on friday but the rainfall will be to the north. as we take a look at temperatures in the morning. 20's. otherwise, many 30's. 30's in livermore, concord, pleasanton. 35 degrees in san jose and 39 degrees in half moon bay temperatures are going to be a touch warmer tomorrow. 57 degrees in half moon bay. 56 in hayward. 58 in san jose. a look a your extended forecast with cold conditions we will continue to see a warming trend on friday and saturday cloud coverage will be pressing to the north. if there is a slight chance on saturday night. a very slight chance.
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as that gets closer but it looks like we could of warmer weather for next week. >> the children that have been survived from the connecticut tragedy are returning to school soon those stores, next. stories next....
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>> we are asking about it you have any taxicab's stories. chris ellinger is there a place where drivers can complain about passengers? they're just as bad. drunk frat boys ditching fares, people barfing in the back seat. most drivers i know are pretty honest. it's hard to make a buck out there with too many cabs on the street. jeff hennessy i would have to say one time i took a cab
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from the grocery store and he was on the phone the whole time trying to pay a bill that he messed up with my directions and had to neighborhood. totally bad me. victor meza living in the outer sunset its always hard to find a cabbie downtown late at night to take me home. they refuse and say for multiple fares. extremely frustrating. catrina beverly one time had a cab drive and the car had roaches! smh
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coming up at 5-30. a big backlash over relief for superstorm sandy victims. lawmakers are being blasted for a delay. and at least one prominent republican has harsh words for his party. and - did anyone really winour political analyst michael yaki is here to break it down for us. next. [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t.
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(male announcer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. the fury of superstorm sandy. matched by the fury of new jersey's governor >> 66 days and counting - shame on you, shame on congress chris christie and new york representative peter king blasting fellow republican house speaker john boehner, for failing to deliver on a promise to send aid to storm victims.
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>> speaker boehner is the one. he walked off the floor. he refused to tell us why. the verbal blasts followed by a closed door meeting on capitol hill. and a dramatic the storm clouds are clearing. 60=billion dollars of aid should be on its way within weeks. kron four's grant lodes shows us how the republican party nearly became the victim of a natural disaster. >> "the yeas are 257 the nays are 167. the motion is adopted." >> reporter: this is how it was supposed to happen. right after the final vote on the fiscal cliff, the house was supposed to approve an aid bill for sandy's victims. instead, house speaker john boehner simply walked out of the chamber. >> i was told that the authority was told by john boehner. >> he did not tell us why. >> he yelled at congressman lobiondo saying i'm not he wouldn't tell us why. he decided to sneak off in the explanation. i was called at 11:20 last night by leader cantor and told that >> reporter: in october, new
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jersey governor christie angered other republicans by thanking president obama for expediting immediate aid to today he was the angry one. >> in our hour of desperate need we have been left waiting for help 6 times longer than the victims of katrina with no end in of the palace intrigue and political partisanship of one-upsmanship ahead of the lives of these citizens who sent these people to >> on new york's staten island, residents reacted with disbelief. >> if you were on capitol hill today what would you stink. >> reporter: the reaction harkened back to the famous headline from 1975. when president ford refused to bail out the big >> new york deserves better than the selfishness we saw on display last night - new jersey deserves better than the duplicity we saw on display last night, america deserves better than just another example of a govt who has forgotten who they serve and why. >> reporter: the house speaker sat behind a closed door. but he was obviously listening. after an early afternoon meeting, representative king emerged from the speaker's office to announce that he had the commitment he wanted. >> the bottom line is between friday morning and
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january 15, two votes will bring the 60 billion dollars that's absolutely necessary for new york, new jersey and connecticut. >> reporter: there has been no sign from governor christie that he has changed his own definition of the bottom line on capitol hill. >> everything is a possibility a potential piece of bait for the political game and its just why the american people hate congress >> reporter: all of this drama comes as republicans plan on voting on whether or not john boehner will keep his job. also, rep can say that this is in the past. john boehner is expected to be reelected. catherine? >> catherine: this was a difficult week for john boehner. our political analyst michael yaki joins us now. >> i remember when that this was during the disaster
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aid relief. i was working for nancy pelosi your >> catherine: why did this not pass immediately? >> i think that he has a difficult time committing. he says that he does not want a another spending and no vote. but this the relentlessly finely delta that figure that this had no prediction because was a national emergency. and also while the our regional house bill was one half that of the senate bill. now, they're talking about a $60 billion in reserves. chris christie and king had a bit of political theater by leveraging that in action into a full commitment for the full amount. >> catherine: let us talk about the fiscal cliff the day after, michael. what did
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it solve? >> the only thing oblique it's all for that tax rates to was going to pay more it was not going to pay more. what tax credits are out there. and also the pitch to the alternative minimum tax everything else was kicked down the the peak three items. in reality, this could have been solved one way or another. the one that we're looking at is like jumping off the grand canyon. ceiling limit, you have the real sequester which will begin march 1st and the fact that the government will run out of money by march 1st. >> catherine: with more land mine said i had as dan kerman mentioned. and some of them--and you said that you have considered this is a victory for the president. and is it that much of a victory? >> i think that it is as
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as much of what he promised for the american people which for tax rates. but it is a victor with nothing left? either you spend it all here that is what republicans are banking on it they're saying that that is for taxes, revenue, now we're going to cut and they're looking at the debt ceiling to extract that as a method. >> catherine: and hopefully, as these next hurdles could provide some relief. his handle is "at-yaki-blog." students at sandy hook elementary school in newtown, connecticut will be back in class thursday. but they won't return to the scene of the mass shooting.. they'll go to a different building in a neighboring community. the school has been renamed 'sandy hook.' >> we have an open house today the children are coming in and so excited to see their teachers. the
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students coming and will complete the circle that is what is missing is getting our students back. >> i think it has to be the safest school in america there are different options and place. most schools have been monitored with cameras and we have installed more security cameras at this school. we will remain on our presence until further notice. >> twenty children and six adults were killed when a 20-year-old gunman opened fire inside the grade school last month. that shooting has sparked a nationwide debate about school safety. today was the first day armed police officers were stationed at one new jersey school district. sallyann mosey has more. >> reporter: this 10 year old will spend the day at tomorrow elementary and also with this armed police officer. at--marlborow district.
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>> this happened in to netiquette and i thought that were going to have police officers at our school. just in case anything else haven't figured >> do you feel more protected? >> yes. >> would you mind if this meant more money? >> there is not much i could do about it with safety at stake. for >> reporter: the question will be about $190,000. >> we could never afford one in every school so now what we have is a temporary measure the work out. with this horrific thing that happened to most recently. this is an appropriate responsibility to what has raised the ante of safety and security in schools. >> reporter: with this man force it will be a challenge but this school district is up for it. even
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with the media. >> it adds a bit more stressed to our job and does not make this situation any more durable. >> catherine: that was sallyann mosey reporting. the suspect in another mass shooting - the colorado movie massacre - is scheduled to appear before a judge next week. james holmes will be in court for a preliminary hearing monday. he's accused of killing 12 people and wounding 58 others in july - during a showing of the new 'batman' movie. the hearing will determine if there's enough evidence to go to trial. it could last all week - and is expected to draw large crowds. with gun control in the spotlight - the f-b-i says it did a record number of background checks on people trying to buy guns in december. 2-million, 7-hundred thousand of them in fact. for the year, they did more than 19-million checks. president obama has said he'll push for new gun control legislation. including a ban on
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>> catherine: now for today's market update. stocks soared - after congress passed the fiscal cliff deal. the dow shot up 308 points on the first trading day of the year. the biggest gain since 20- 11. the nasdaq rose 92 points. and the s-and-p gained 36- points. >> watching winners and losers on wall street after this while to day it is nice
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to see that congress added some extra things this to the deal. >> and also as far as headlines there are provisions in this bill for for a adding a tax for rahman from pr ...and a rum tax. and an electronic vehicle tax just a lot of quirkiness in this bill it is unfortunate. clearly, some congressmen wanted to protect their own constituents and it does not really have anything to do with the national dilemma for >> we've a lot more to come in and we will watch another loser on wall street. with is a car..zip car..
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>> i would say that the automobile avis - the car rental company - is buying the popular car-sharing service zip-car. it's paying about half a billion dollars. this is all about the expansion. it is not as if i do not like to deal but it is bad for consumers enterprising herds. we will see higher car rental fleets is the future. >> i guess that is the same with airlines. and now, just to beave--pop singer of justin bieber..is getting in on
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in livermore. and for the afternoon temperatures, those are going to be a bit warmer with 50s. 56 in napa, san mateo, sunnyvale. 58 in the san jose a look at your extended forecast. warmer conditions as the go for the weekend. temperatures into the upper 50s. and also a warm morning low temperatures will get to a round 40's. a bit more reasonable. >> this detail on the the proper r.o.t.c
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is one that nobody was completely satisfied with. and that many house republicans ended up voting against. but at the end of the day, there were still enough votes to avoid going over the cliff. >> happy new year, everybody. >> reporter: and it was a very happy start for everybody and congress. >> the democrats, the republicans in congress i will sign a law that will increase taxes on the wealthiest americans. and prevent a middle-class tax hike that could have impacted the economy. >> reporter: this extends unemployment benefits helping that are at least 2 million people out of work for the amount of six months. and avoid the possible recession returning. there are
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possible landmines ahead. in two months, that $109 billion in spending cuts will be triggered again unless congress had the president can come up with a mutual agreeable plan. and the three months, congress will be faced with raising the debt ceiling so the government can continue to pay its bills. republicans say that the spending cuts will be required to get their support. but the president says that that is not our it is going to work. >> while i will negotiate many things i will not have another debate with this congress on weather or not they should pay the bills for that they've already racked up. through these laws that they have passed. >> reporter: critical legislation it is they have avoided the difficult work in the fiscal house is still not in order. catherine?
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>> catherine: thank you, dan. san francisco police have named the man arrested in yesterday's crash that killed two people and injured two others. 19 year old david morales is out of the hospital and in jail. police say the convicted felon is an active gang member and is facing charges including two count of murder and three counts of attempted murder. he's accused of causing this crash as he fled from police after a traffic stop. police say he was pulled over because he fit the description of a man who had fired at three people at a housing project at 14th and valencia. police say he sped off and crashed into the white toyota. which hit and killed a pedestrian before slamming into a liquor store at 21st and south van ness. a 29-year old woman who was a passenger in the toyota was killed. the 18 year old driver was badly injured.. kron4's maureen kelly has new information on the pedestrian who was killed.
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>> reporter: here you see one of the victim's six surviving siblings sobbing for her brother.at the site of the deadly crash. they say 26 year old francisco gutierrez was orginally from honduros and working in construction. his brother says this loss is very tough for their family. >> very hard. >> very difficult. >> reporter: people have been bringing by flowers and candles all day.here's what one man had to say about francisco. his family says francsico had spent new year's eve with friends and was headed to take the bus back home when he was struck and killed..but they say they need more answers. >> we need a police report. i need to know what was happening. >> reporter: maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >> catherine: the exploratorium closed today.
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as it says goodbye to its home at the palace of fine arts. the popular science museum is moving. it's been in the marina district nearly 45-years. it's moving to a bigger building along the embarcadero.. the new home gives the exploratorium more room to expand all the teaching and training it does behind the scenes. and there will be lots more room for exhibits. >> for the first time we will have exhibitions in and out. instead of justice f cave,e will be able to experience the elements and wonderful use of the bay. there will be an entirely new building of glass. you will see the entire bay area. >> catherine: the new space is still under construction. the exploratorium will open >> that is correct. the palace and fine arts is in the marina district but it is moving 3 mi. east. to the other side of the city the
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exploratory mobile along the embarcadero at pier 15. it will be opening on april 17th. >> jacqueline: there is a very cold night tonight but warmer conditions expected on friday. as we take a life of outside from the bay bridge toll plaza. crystal clear skies this live look... temperatures were chilly this morning and it is going to be cold again tonight because of the clear skies. currently, already 38 in fairfield. 46 in concord. 47 degrees in oakland. this live look on the satellite and radar with clear skies. notice, we drove some clouds offshore that is pressing towards the coast. this will be attracting towards the gulf of alaska. and this
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will also drive this area of low pressure but this cloud coverage will be impacting us. that could even help warming us up and cold temperatures, to malrauxtomorro 152 in the santa cruz mountains. >> catherine: a lot of people are upset about bad experiences with san francisco cab rides. examples include threats -- and even bed bugs. kron 4's scott rates takes >> after 1700 complaints you could think twice. >> my issues are always just getting a cab. >> the complaints are from a driver's falling asleep at the wheel. to one of that the cab driver even almost ran him over. and they said that one of the taxicabs was infested with bedbugs. but
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the biggest complaint is that recently installed credit card machines. >> they're not clear about it and they could become irritated. and because i could to the airport i did not have enough cash. >> the san francisco municipal transportation agency says that this high number of complaints is not necessarily a bad thing. it could indicate that the system is working. >> this could be that people know how to lodge a complaint. >> reporter: this complaint is taken on a case by case basis. they will take action if it is necessary. scott rates, kron 4 news. >> catherine: east coast republicans were furious after the housedelayed disaster relief for superstorm sandy victims. also - a close call avoiding the fiscal. but americans will still see a smaller
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>> catherine: the fury of superstorm sandy. matched by the fury of new jersey's governor 66 days and counting - shame on you, shame on congress chris christie and new york representative peter king blasting fellow republican house speaker john boehner, promise to
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send aid to storm victims. >> speaker boehner is the one. he walked off the floor. he refused to tell us why. the verbal blasts followed by a closed door meeting on capitol hill. and a dramatic change of heart. the storm clouds are clearing. 60=billion dollars of aid should be on its way within weeks. kron four's grant lodes shows us how the republican party nearly became the victim of a natural disaster. >> "the yeas are 257 the nays are 167. the motion is adopted." >> reporter: this is how it was supposed to happen. right after the final vote on the fiscal cliff, the house was supposed to approve an aid bill for sandy's victims. instead, house speaker john boehner simply walked out of the chamber. >> i was called at 11:20 last night. that this authority was told. he yelled at congressman >> lobiondo saying i'm not meeting with you people. so he wouldn't tell us why. he decided to sneak off in the dark of night i was given no explanation. i was called at 11:20 last told that authority for the speaker. >> reporter: in october, new jersey governor christie angered other republicans by
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thanking president obama for expediting immediate aid to his state. today he was the angry one. >> in our hour of desperate need we have been left waiting for help 6 times longer than the victims of katrina with no end in sight, americans are tired of the palace intrigue and political partisanship of this congress which places one-upsmanship ahead of the lives of these citizens who sent these people to washington >> reporter: on new york's staten island, residents reacted with disbelief. >> reporter: if you were on capitol hill today what would you say to lawmakers. >> you stink. all of youse stink. >> reporter: the reaction harkened back to the famous headline from 1975. when president ford refused to bail out the big apple. >> new york deserves better than the selfishness we saw on display last night - new jersey deserves better than the duplicity we saw on display last night, america deserves better than just another example of a govt who has forgotten who they serve and why. >> reporter: the house speaker sat behind a closed door. but he was obviously listening. after an early afternoon meeting, representative king emerged from the speaker's office to announce that he had the commitment he wanted. >> the bottom line is between friday morning and
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january 15, two votes will bring the 60 billion dollars that's absolutely necessary for new york, new jersey and connecticut. >> reporter: there has been no sign from governor christie that he has changed his own definition of the bottom line on capitol hill. >> everything is a possibility a potential piece of bait for the political game and its just why the american people hate congress >> reporter: all this drama over sandy relief comes as house republicans prepare to vote on whether boehner will keep his job as speaker. the vote is tomorrow, and representative king says their disagreement is now in the past. he now says he will back boehner, who is expected to be reelected. >> catherine: our political analyst is joining us. some people are saying to cease fire on a john boehner. >> there is no question that
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he will get reelected. however, kantor came out wanting to put the sandy vote of the other night. whenever you have that number two-person contradicting that publicly it does not sit well. one other mistake is it that john boehner could be the victim of its own party. >> catherine: chris chris the relief did tear into have and when chris christie speaks to many people tend to listen. >> john boehner ended up committing to the entire amount of the $60 billion. >> catherine: the fiscal cliff is over. and you are saying that to not start the celebrations quite just yet. how bad are the other things that we could be expecting from us? >> the economy. and also
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that not just in the united states but the debt ceiling and the world economy. if we do not fulfill our commitments it it could impact world markets. and it could be a market free-for- all. >> catherine: has congress really learn anything? >> i think it is going to be just as they're wrecking if not longer or more so. >> catherine: if you'd like to connectyou can follow him on twitter -- his handle is "at-yaki-blog." expect to see a difference in your paychecks this year. social security taxes are going up. that 2- percent tax break that everyone enjoyed over the last two years has now expired. payroll taxes were reduced to help stimulate the economy, but now that deal is over. social seurity taxes will increase from four-point-two percent, to the normal six-point-two percent. anyone with a gross income of 50-thousand dollars will shell out a
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thousand dollars for the year. and the higher the salary, the more taxes are taken out. the maximum payroll tax is two- thousand-two-hundred-two dollars. although people are still out shopping, consumer psycologists believe once they notice that drop in cash, they'll start cutting out some of the extra spending. >> the assumption was that many people are going to be doing some clearance shopping but they are going to be possibly shocked. in the bay area, there are additional sales tax and additional california taxes. suddenly, the money left in consumer pockets is less. >> the social security tax is expected to generate one of the $25 billion for the federal budget. >> jacqueline: $125 billion for the federal budget is the amount that it is expected to generate from the social security taxes.
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temperatures near freezing in a number of locations. we will start to see some cloud coverage returning. the satellite and radar showing clear skies. we can see that they are offshore in associated with this system. the core will be tracking to the north. and it will mess us. at least it will---miss us.. perhaps high low clouds. as we take a look at futurecast. as we take a look at tomorrow. the cloud coverage not even quite strong as what we have seen. for the entire bay area that cloud coverage will maintain on friday and that will keep
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us warmer. tomorrow, no such deal. we do have a clear skies and cold temperatures. the same in fairfield. we will see 30's in livermore, concord, vallejo, and 36 in the san rafael. daly city, richmond along the peninsula 30's. 35 degrees in san jose. for the afternoon highs, a few locations with 50s. half vallejo, san mateo and hayward, a 57 degrees. as for the snowfall and the sierras it will stay dry locally. and the mountains but cold tomorrow. however, the increase with clouds on saturday. a look at your extended forecast with another cold today. a bit warmer with temperatures near freezing. and as we go towards friday the clouds will keep us warm. and it will continue with that
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warming trend on the saturday but there is a slight chance of showers for the afternoon. a very slight chance to keep you posted. we will be back, after this. . [ male announcer ] subway has so many heart-healthy and delicious meals certified by the american heart association. look for the heart check on your favorite subway fresh fit meals, from the tempting turkey breast & black forest ham with spinach to the protein-rich roast beef, and more. all five grams of fat or less. try 'em with juicy, ripe tomatoes, cool cucumbers or crisp green peppers. start your new year right with a heart-healthy meal at your neighborhood subway today. subway. eat fresh.
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>> catherine: secretary of state hillary clinton has been released tonight from a new york hospital. everyone thought she was leaving a little earlier.when she was actually being briefly moved to another hospital building. husband - former president bill clinton. she has since been being treated for a blood clot in her head. she thanked the hospital staff for their excellent care.and she's expected to pennsylvania's governor says he'll file an anti- trust lawsuit against the n- c-a-a. he's angry about the sanctions imposed on penn state - after the jerry see scandal. last july, the n-c-a-a stripped the school of past
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>> a woman has been jailed near san diego - accused of setting fire to her own home - while her mother was inside. it happened new years day. 74 year old woman crying for help.and then saw her daughter trying to house. both women are being treatedthe daughter will face >> coming up at 6:30. police investigate an explosion at a middle school in annaplois maryland. that injured two school workers, stay with us.
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(male announcer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >> reporter: in the nation's capital of fiscal cliff has spent diverted but there are land mines possible.
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congress we faced with raising the debt ceiling, republicans are saying that is not going to happen without spending cuts. the president does not want to play that game. >> , dan kerman, kron 4. >> here in marin county... there have been three people recently died from being swept away from these large swells along the beach. they are fighting to stay at least 30 peo feet awa from they add, avoid slipper rocks and keep your eye on children. in the north bay, charles clifford kron 4 news. >> reporter: police say 19 year-old morales is an active gang member and a convicted felon. he is facing two counts of murder. morales try to get away after he was trying to run a
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red light and hit it this white toyota that careened bit on to the sidewalk. guitterez a pedestrian was killed and also the passenger of the white toyota. the driver sustained serious injuries. maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >> reporter: this cold weather has provided black ice. with frost it is freezing on to the roadways and blending in with the black pavement. catching unsuspected drivers off guard. it and what is difficult is that you cannot see it. you oftentimes encounter it before it is too late. >> reporter: they often are common on mountain roads that do not see the sunshine. rob fladeboe, kron 4.
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>> reporter: this is exactly what happens on the year's day. this woman reported a burglary when police responding catch the suspect only to also find women's undergarments on his possession. not only the victim's but other victims. santa cruz, kron 4. >> reporter: in san francisco, the number of taxicab driver complains is nearly double from last year. this is nearly 1700 that have come into the san francisco transit authority 311 with people saying that there were even bedbugs inside of the taxicab or even that the driver was falling asleep but the wheel. they will speak to the person that made the complete on a case by case basis and determine if any disciplinary action is necessary. scott rates, kron 4 news. >> reporter: in daly city,
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social security taxes are going up. they are going to go back up to 6.2%. consumer psychologists think that this will impact consumer spending. they will spend less once they realize that their paychecks or less. coming up will hear from shoppers and how they feel about it. in daly city, alecia reed, kron 4 news. >> reporter: this new home for the exploratorium museum. after 45 years of the palace of fine arts at the exploratorium needs a larger space. this home on. no. 15 will open on april 17th justin waldman, kron 4 news. gabe slate tech report these holidays have left many with new gadgets.
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and be sure to tune in and... there are online warranties available. you are going to want to see this. >> jacqueline: this big weather story is anothe temperae in the 30's in fairfield. 41 in novado. 40's and pleasanton. we still have a clear sky is which will help temperatures drop, overnight. notice there is cloud coverage in that storm is further to the west. it will be tracking and we could be impacted but no rainfall. temperatures will be 20's and '30's again. the same in fairfield. 33 and concord, pleasanton. 30's in livermore. for this afternoon, temperatures are going a bit warmer and 57
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degrees in sunnyvale. 56 degrees in napa. a look at your extended forecast with cold conditions tomorrow. and the effect that we are cutting that storm it changes our wind direction. warmer with a slight chance of rainfall on the saturday. >> catherine: the children who survived the shooting in new-town - will be back in class tomorrow. deb feyerick tells us what school officials are doing to make sure the students feel safe on their first day back in class. >> dozens worked tirelessly of to transform this >> dozens have transformed mess. that will be renamed in this, sandy hook.
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transforming -- best' they wanting this to be easy transition with counselors on hand. the parents of been able to take a look, and to get a tour. and also the students and children were able to reunite with their teachers. it does not mean that teacher more parents are not nervous. but they will be even following the school buses to make sure that they get to the school, safely. >> there is really no will playbook the want to sense of our children and meet the needs. support them asbestos for possibly can because we do not want to frighten them. >> if the children want to be there i will be there but also to be in the auditorium for the parents it could be the first time without the
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media. and without people that were not involved. and i say that i will need that one on one time with parents. >> catherine: an attorney in connecticut is backing down from his 100 million dollar lawsuit involving the recent school shooting. he represents the family of a six-year-old girl who survived the shooting that killed twenty-six people, including 20 children. attorney irving pinsky had claimed the state failed to provide a safe place for children. but he got a lot of public criticism of the lawsuit - including those who accused him and his clients of trying to profit from the tragedy. two school workers were injured today during an explosion at a middle school near washington, d.c. a boiler exploded at a maryland. no students were hurt. the cause of the explosion is being investigated. stay with us...
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>> catherine: if you think that taking down christmas decorations is a pain. it's nothing compared to what workers went through at a macy's store in georgia. they were trying to take down a christmas tree on top of a macy's store in atlanta. part of the crane they were using snapped.leaving equipment dangling off the side of the building. the tree broke and and least one window was damaged. another hollywood celebrity is backing the fight for marriage equality. jesse tyler ferguson of "modern family" was in chicago today to show his support of same-sex marriage in the state. illinois lawmakers are currently considering a bill to legalize same-sex marriage. ferguson and his modern family character are both openly gay. the proposal will go before the state senate this week. if it passes, illinois will be the 10th state to and a reminder. you can
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>> good evening, everybody. and the warriors, they are really cooking it has been a while since we have said that with a new year. they are taking on the clippers. their 17th wedding game was stabbed last night in denver. but the clippers, and the warriors... their 17th--winning string was put
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to a stop last night in denver. >> this team has been able to do what we have been done because they have taken it like that. >> this is a great opportunity in front of us. >> they continue to do what we're doing with the cameras following them. and people take notice these guys deserve it is great to see but at the same time it is a serious challenge. with a very good basketball team and high-powered talent. >> the hopes are sky high as we begin 2013. the all- time n f l players. saying that 17 years is enough. >> today, i told my team that this would be my last ride. >> ray lewis has been out
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he will play sunday on baltimore against indianapolis. 37 years of age he lives and dies for the sport. difficult to believe. >> i play this and a very high level but for me to say that it is time for me to go on the and i will make this last with my team and give it everything i've got. >> we will believe it when we see it. ray lewis is finished at the end of the season. >> the 49ers have one week off from playing. they will resume and they will keep their eye on griffith. they
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are the only team that they have not played in the nfc playoff team. if washington and green bay it will be washington coming to candlestick park. one week from saturday. >> those are the ones that we have not seen yet. we have to run more computer data. with information on other teams with no predictions made on who we are going to see but that.. all be. prepared. all of the teams. >> the washington redskins will open up the playoffs. going to take on the seattle. and green bay vs. minnesota. the 49ers virtue of what happened last sunday have a weekend off. and this fellow named shannon again. --pranks shanagan..
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>> coach we wanted to know. pa >> you caught me by surprise. >> what did you do for new year's? >> i wanted to do a good game plan together. i was not sure what you guys were going to do. you got me good. >> with all due respect i think that is one of those were you had to be there. and perhaps if one of his players jumped in on the press conference. if we are getting ready to do something and if it our news director >> catherine: are you saying that it is not that fabulous. >> jacqueline, i saw that you were working. but i have not seen catherine since new
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year's eve. >> jacqueline: i did not mind working year's eve i eat too not like major holidays. >> catherine: -- >> i do not like new year's eve. she is a very beautiful daughter that you have. >> i pretend that i do not have any e-mail but i make sure that she is safe. and i want everybody to think that she is safe and of course, jacqueline thank-you for commenting my daughter on her appearance on the new year's eve. >> all your kids and of course your wife and your hair looked fantastic! >> catherine: they do, jacqueline thank you -- thank you, jacqueline. >> and this man just got
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fired over the weekend from adelphi of and already he is interviewing for the next job in kansas city. still adelphi a -- was fired. all of these playoffs philadelphia -- fired him. >> we are waiting for an odor came. and the crimson tide of arrived in miami. and notre doame they will be a ratings blockbuster, maybe. however, the rest of these bowl games you can sleep through. but this is going to be a pretty big deal. >> this is not like and the trip that ipad or they have had before. there is an anticipation. a trip that i have had or they have had -- and this is something that we have dreamed about. when you play and coach this
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team. >> do you do anything different with your hair? >> it was just up but it is not normally up. >> it was nice. >> also you looked nice to! >> and if we have some type of audience and will make sure that i will spray it... this announcer will get blown off when it the company and the network is paid over $1 billion. we will explain at the stanford david shaw, next.
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>> you do not have a lot of those or highs can we finish here? and i have been told that the coach needs to go. >> and the way, what you did not see is heather inches a nice, pleasant reporter. you can hear that what is up?-- she is nice. one of the public relations man for stanford and these are usually the younger guys. and he was probably told to grab the coach. and somebody grabbed them. and to turn to immers commercial $1 billion. tt usually trumps. they came back. and also david shaw is very nice. >> it looks like he was just being pulled in several directions. >> yes. >> and any other questions
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